Strong storms move through parts of WNY

Tracking Weather Conditions Across WNY

Buffalo, NY --The National Weather Service has cancelled a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Northern Wyoming, Northeastern Erie, Southeastern Niagara, Southern Orleans and Genesee counties. 

This was one of many alerts the National Weather Service issued Tuesday for strong storms that blew through the area.  This included tornado warnings for Northwestern Cattaraugus, east central Chautauqua, and Northwestern Allegany counties in New York and in McKean and Potter counties in Pa. 

Latest storm reports coming in from the severe storms today so far:


A house in Delevan had a piece of siding blown off a house from damaging wind gusts.

In Collins, trees toppled along West Becker Road were reported.  And in SE Collins, there was a report of a tree down on Foster Road.

Ellicottville and Little Valley reported trees down.

Machias, Ellery Center, Stow and Dewittville reported trees and wires down.

Ellery Center, Stow and Dewittville reported trees and wires down.

The high gusts are being created by an area of low pressure in Canada that is creating widespread strong winds, however thunderstorm winds will be more localized and could gust to even higher levels.

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